Hong Kong-based fashion brand Matter Matters, started in July 2013 by designer Flora Leung, has a collection of punchy new bags that we can’t get enough of. Influenced by Art Deco, Bauhaus, and post-modernism aesthetics from the 1980s Memphis movement, the company is known for their playful, geometric designs and cold use of contrasting colors. Their boxy shapes and detailing are the perfect complement to one another. Be sure and check out their other products, including jewelry, clothing, and scarves.
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